Debate Society, Ayantee, 1939.

Student Organizations and Honor Societies

HISTORY SCHOLARS, STUDENT ORGANIZATION

The purpose of the History Scholars is to provide a place for history majors and minors to engage in discourse about the field, and to generate an idea and purpose of what it is to be a history student.  Further, the organization’s purpose is to reach and inform fellow history students, and to provide guidance for successful study, completion of curricula, and entry into fields for which this discipline serves as a foundation.

Current and Past Officers:

PHI ALPHA THETA HISTORY HONOR SOCIETY

Upsilon Zeta Chapter: Established at North Carolina A&T State University in 1973

Phi Alpha Theta is a professional society whose mission is to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians. We seek to bring students, teachers and writers of history together for intellectual and social exchanges, which promote and assist historical research and publication by our members in a variety of ways.

Requirements for membership are as follows:

    12 completed credit hours in History at NC A&T

    3.1 GPA in History courses

    3.0 GPA overall

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

Political Science Society

     Dr. Ayanna Armstrong (ararmst3@ncat.edu)

     Professor Derick Smith (dksmith@ncat.edu)

 

Model United Nations

     Dr. James Mayes (jpmayes@ncat.edu

     Professor Derick Smith (dksmith@ncat.edu)

 

Pi Sigma Alpha (the national political science honor society)

     Dr. Ayanna Armstrong (ararmst3@ncat.edu)

     Professor Derick Smith (dksmith@ncat.edu)

 

Henry Frye Pre-Law Society

     Dr. James Steele (steelej@ncat.edu)

 

Mock Trial Teams

     Professor Brenton Boyce (bjboyce@ncat.edu)